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Avant l'annonce du gagnant du CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund ce soir, Shop se penche sur les finalistes en exclusivité au 10 Corso Como

Le 6 November 2018, 06:50 dans Mode 0

Ce soir, nous serons à la limite de nos places au Brooklyn Navy Yard pour savoir qui a remporté le premier prix au 15ème gala annuel du CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund Awards. Il ou elle remportera 400 000 $ pour son entreprise en plein essor et bénéficiera du mentorat de leaders du secteur - et rejoindra les plus hauts rangs de Proenza Schouler, d'Alexander Wang, de Telfar Clemens et de tous les anciens lauréats, bien sûr.



Pour rappel, les finalistes de cette année incluent Batsheva Hay de Batsheva, Emily Adams Bode de Bode, Christian Cowan, Danielle Corona de Hunting Season, Jonathan Cohen, Raul Lopez de Luar, Matthew Adams Dolan, Kerby Jean-Raymond de Pyer Moss, Rebecca de Ravenel et Scosha Woolridge de Scosha. Si certains de ces noms ne vous sont pas familiers maintenant, ils le seront bientôt! Mais vous pouvez également obtenir un aperçu en achetant leurs collections au 10 Corso Como New York, où une installation spéciale du Fonds de la mode est actuellement ouverte. C'est une célébration des 15 ans de la CVFF et présentera les talents de cette année aux acheteurs: Attendez-vous au patchwork de Bode, denim à appliqués de Matthew Adams Dolan, bijoux raffinés de Rebecca de Ravenel et Scosha, un sac de ceinture surpiqué de Hunting Season, , beaucoup plus. Certaines des pièces sont uniques, beaucoup sont faites à la main et toutes seront disponibles à l'achat ou en pré-commande jusqu'au 19 novembre.

Il est prudent de supposer que ce ne sera pas votre pop-up moyen avec quelques racks, non plus. Comme l’est la spécialité du 10 Corso Como, qu’il s’agisse de New York, de Shanghai ou de son produit phare original à Milan, l’installation sera assurément astucieuse, inspirante et inspirante. Achetez votre assortiment aujourd'hui au 1 Fulton Street, au South Street Seaport, et consultez Vogue Runway plus tard dans la soirée pour savoir si vous avez choisi un article choisi par un gagnant.

Repossi Joins The LVMH Stable

Le 14 January 2017, 11:11 dans Humeurs 0

REPOSSI has joined the LVMH stable of brands, receiving investment from the conglomerate to begin a new growth strategy. The jewellery label, helmed by designer Gaia Repossi, agreed to sell a minority stake to the French firm in order to build a platform for future growth.

The designer has a close relationship with Delphine Arnault - a board member at her father's company, LVMH, and second in command at Louis Vuitton - WWD reports, and the executive has been instrumental in forging the deal. Repossi revealed that she is keen to see the investment help the business to build its profile and reach, but doesn't intend to allow it to outgrow its niche feel.


"When you face a certain success and production increases, you have to embrace that demand, but to a degree that is realistic and allows a progressive expansion," Repossi told WWD. "The idea is to follow a strategy that has this very organic growth, and for that I'm very excited and pleased to share it with LVMH and Delphine herself, because for me, the group has the best knowledge and experience in this category."

LVMH controls several successful jewellery labels - including De Beers and Bulgari - as well as major ready-to-wear and couture houses including Dior, Vuitton, Givenchy and Céline.

Rihanna Just Pulled Off the Boldest Look From the Fall Runways IRL

Le 6 September 2016, 07:36 dans Humeurs 0

While some become fashion icons for their ability to make even the easiest outfits look elevated and elegant, Rihanna's earned her style cred for doing just the opposite. The singer has made outrageous, overtly sexy, statement-making fashion look entirely wearable, as evidenced by her latest outing in NYC. Rihanna stepped out on Monday wearing a bright red, furry, heart-shaped coat that we first saw on Saint Laurent's Fall '16 runway when we wondered who on earth might have what it takes to pull it off.


When we caught Rihanna wearing it, we nodded, of course. There's hardly a shocking fashion moment the style setter hasn't handled with ease, carrying off a completely see-through gown or a mile-long train with nonchalance. And so, when she headed down the street in NYC, bundled up in the almost cartoon-like creation, she looked cool and carefree, thanks to a baseball cap and lace-up heels. Read on to see Rihanna rule the street in the boldest Fall coat.

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